AJAX :: Set Focus On Erroneous Control On Validation Inside Ajax Tabcontrol Having 5 Tab
Oct 9, 2010
How to set the focus on textbox when requiredfield validator error mesage comes to action inside the ajax tabcontrol.The ajax tabcontrol is having 5 tabs.The submit button is in 5th tab .I have reqiredfield validator for textbox in 1st tab.I want to set the focus on textbox if validation fails.Is it possible to get without postback?
I'm trying to use a Tab control with 5 tabs inside a form view, when I view my aspx page in Visual Studio 2008 it displays a error message stating "There was an error rendering the control. Could not find any resources appropriate for the specified culture or the neutral culture. Make sure "AjaxControlToolkit.properties.Resources.resources" was coreectly embedded or linked into assembly ... " running the site just shows a blank page (as the control isn't rendered).
If I remove the tab control from within the ItemTemplate (or EditItemTemplate) and put it directly onto the page it works fine. Googling for the error suggests the references aren't correct, so I've reset the toolbox, and re-added the reference - this time referencing the file in my Bin folder (not the installation path of the Ajax Toolkit). Still it throws the same error. Finally I've stripped the code out into a page with the bare minimum (no code behind) and it still throws the same error. I'm sure I had this working previously. I'm using Visual Studio 2008 on Windows 7 and I'm using the 3.5 files from Codeplex (AjaxControlToolkit.Binary.NET35.zip) targetting .NET Framework 3.5.
I want that when I click on "button 1", I automatically jump to certain <div> tag (at the bottom of Modal pop up) which is related to "button 1" similarly, when I click on "button 2", I automatically jump to certain <div> tag (at the bottom of Modal pop up) which is related to "button 2"...
I'm trying to use ajax tabcontainer in asp with c#. I write the following code in .aspx but tabcontrol is not displaying when running. Getting no error. <ajaxToolkit:TabContainer runat="server" ID="Tabs" Height="138px" OnClientActiveTabChanged="ActiveTabChanged" ActiveTabIndex="0" Width="402px">
It should be: <input name="Txt_Name" type="text" id="Txt_Name" />
I just need to know how to stop the Tab Container from renaiming the controls, please? I am still searching, but I'm also runnign out of time.
I am trying to implement validations for a jQuery pop-up which is placed inside an update panel. I am facing problems using validation controls and I presume its because oft he ClientScriptManager it uses. I read in the FAQ section [URL] that we need to download and apply a hotfix to solve this.
in my page i have 10 DDL and an Ajax Html Editor, each and every selectedIndexChanged event of the DDL i'lll focus the next DDL but the focus not set to the DDL, instead of that its always focused to the editor. i set tabindex but no luck.. may i know what is the issue and how to resolve this?
I'm having a bit of an issue in my ASP.Net application moving focus from a textbox in one user control to a text box in the next user control on the page after postback. I've searched high and low over the last several days to find a solution but, for whatever reason, have been unable to do so.
I have a page that has user controls loaded dynamically to allow a user to enter data.The number and type of user controls loaded to the page is determined at run time based on a database query.It is possible than many controls of the same type can be loaded. Each user control has its own update panel. Within the update panel of each control is a regular asp panel. Inside of the regular panel there are at least 2 server controls (any other controls that may exist in the user control are not affected by this issue) - a text box and a button.The defaultbutton property of the regular panel is set to the ID of the button within the user control. The desired behavior is to allow the user to enter data into the textbox on one user control hit enter to save the data on that user control the application will set focus to the textbox of the next user control on the page after the data from the "current" user control has been saved. Other considerations;
The application uses master pages. We make extensive use of ajax and the ajaxtoolkit in the application. I am using Visual Studio 2010 and .Net 4 The issue - when first entering the page, one can enter data into the first textbox and press the enter key. Data from "current" user control is correctly saved and focus is correctly moved to the next user control on the page.
Data can be entered into the textbox of "new" user control and when the enter key is pressed, the data is correctly save. The focus appears to move correctly to the next user control on the page.Data cannot be entered into the textbox of the control. Pressing the enter key will not save the data (because none was entered) but the focus will move to the textbox of the next user control on the page.
Data can be entered into the textbox of the user control. When the enter key is pressed, the data is correctly saved and the focus appears to move correctly to the textbox of the next control on the pageBasically, steps 3 and 4 are repeated until the end of the user controls on the page, alternating between being able to enter data and not. Other items of note When one is able to enter data into the textbox of a user control, one can correctly tab through the textboxes of each user control until the end of the page When one is not able to enter data into the textbox of a user control, pressing the tab key will take the focus to the address bar of the browser.
I created a much simplified example of the scenario described above and was able to consistently reproduce the "bad" focus behavior. All of the ajax toolkit controls and code where stripped out of the sample to rule the toolkit out as a cause. The behavior still occurs without the toolkit.
I am including the code for default.aspx and WebUserControl1.ascx.
I have a page with three update areas, Create, Edit, and Delete. The controls that do these three functions are inside separate update panels so when I'm doing Create, I only fill controls inside that updatepanel. Problem is I'm using asp validation controls on all the controls in the three areas. Therefore, when I press the "Go" button in the Create UpdatePanel, the validation fails on the empty controls in the other two area. I hope I'm explaining this well. The behavior I would like to see is that only the controls contained in the updating panel would be validate.
In my application i use iframe (to be more specific; Greybox tool). Sometimes i had an unkown error when i open page in iframe. Then i applied this fix : [URL] and that unknown error disseppeared. But i have another problem now:( I am using following script to focus to the first textbox whenever my input pages are opened in iframe.
aField = document.getElementById('txt_PID');setTimeout("aField.focus()", 50); After i applied previous fix, i get this error when i load page in iframe for the first time :
Can't move focus to the control because it is invisible, not enabled, or of type that does not accept focus. Here, txt_PID doesnt contain any ajaxtoolkit things. (also Enabled= true and Visible=true etc.) . Last thing, my current test page contains just 3 controls: txt_PID just plain Asp.TextBox ajaxHTMLEditor another textboxt with MaskedEditExtender. If i remove HTMLEditor from page; i dont get that error( Can't move focus...) and also i dont get first error which i applied that fix in toolkit.
I have a problem setting focus on a usercontrol in asp.
I have a masterpage with a script manager and a few contentpages. On two of the contentpages I have a usercontrol. Inside this control I have a updatepanel that has another usercontrol that has a asp:textbox, aka TheTextBox. I need those pages to set the focus to TheTextBox.
The innermost usercontrol sets focus in page_prerender: ScriptManager.GetCurrent(Page).SetFocus(TheTextBox);
Now this works on the first pageload, and the second. But not on the third load! And i cant really understad why, but I'm guessing that its because the 2nd postback is renderd inside an updatepanel and somehow that cause the setfocus to not trigger propperly after the 2nd postback.
How can I get all the textboxes inside a create user wizard control using getElementsByTagName().
Below is my JQuery code:
The above code isn't displaying hint text when the textbox retreives focus.
I think there is something wrong with this getElementsByTagName("asp:TextBox"); , I have also tried getElementsByTagName("TextBox"); , getElementsByTagName(":textbox"); and getElementsByTagName("input"); .
But no one of them gets the textboxes array.
Can anyone tell what will be the correct syntax for getting all the textboxes inside a create user wizard control using getElementsByTagName()?